Revealed: What Goes Into The World’s Most Expensive Dessert
Image Credit: Image: Instagram @guinnessworldrecords

Dessert is that one thing that can make many of us go weak in the knee in a matter of seconds. From a creamy cheesecake to a decadent chocolate brownie, there are so many rich and indulgent desserts that are irresistible enough for us to finish all our meals on a sweet note. But how much would you actually spend to satiate your sweet cravings? A thousand dollars or ₹78k approximately? Well, that’s exactly what the most expensive dessert on Guinness World Records costs! 

The Golden Opulence Sundae is marked as the most expensive dessert by Guinness World Records. Their official social media handle recently shared a video of what goes into the making of this indulgent and expensive dessert. This sweet delight is from a restaurant called Serendipity 3 in New York City.

Guinness World Records shared the video on their Instagram Reels recently, which has already received over 100k views and 4.5k likes so far. Take a look:

The step-by-step assembling of the luxurious dessert was shown in the short clip. First, 23-karat gold leaves were used to line a crystal goblet in which the dessert would be served. Tahitian vanilla ice cream and Madagascan vanilla were then added to it. The expensive dessert was then topped off with the most expensive dark chocolate from Italy, truffles, candied fruit from Paris and sprinkles from Germany. Passionfruit-flavoured caviar and a gold-coated sugar flower were used to finish the dessert. 

Well, just looking at the dessert makes us want to try it, would you want to try this expensive dessert? For the unversed, this isn’t the first time this restaurant has featured in Guinness World Records. Earlier, the same restaurant had also raked in the title of the ‘World’s Most Expensive Fries’, which were priced at a whopping two hundred dollars. 

Internet users were surprised at the dessert, and reacted to the expensive dessert on Instagram, “Mmm very opulent,” said one user, while another wrote, "I cannot imagine eating this... Honestly, I'd just get a display case for it. At least until it melted, anyway." Another user simply asked, “They were expensive but were they tasty?” 

What do you think about this expensive ice cream sundae? Let us know.